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Subject: Intensity of voice
Elliott plays the shit out of Big Decision, by far the fastest of any live recordings he did since.
Slightly different lyrics in the third verse of Condor Ave.
No doubt, the early work of blossoming genius.
Also, curious if anyone else picks up on heavy Stevie Wonder odes in Elliott's work. "Independence Day" is a clear tribute to Stevie's "Master Blaster" (identical background vocals and all) and "Plainclothes Man" has the same chord structure as the breakdown in Stevie's "As"
Subtle tips of the hat to one of his heroes.
Subject: Great show and a important one
Smith played his first known solo show as an opening act at this now-defunct (Umbra) cafe on Sept. 17, 1994. About 15 people were in attendance.
Thanks for this one, very great to hear this !!
Subject: Good show
The first unknown song is "Whatever (Folk Song In C)" and the second is "Crazy Fucker". Great sounding show, but it's not the best SBD recording.
Subject: fantastic show!
This is the best Elliott show from his early acoustic solo days that I have ever heard. Great soundboard recording, great show overall. I think the unknown songs are "Whatever (Folk Song in C)" and "Another Standard Folk Song", both are non-album tracks. I have listened to this over and over, its a very intense performance, but with some humorous dialogue between songs. My only complaint is that its too short!